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Teen Calls 911 Over Her Mom's Loud, 'Disrespectful' Sex

By Cynthia Hsu, Esq. | Last updated on

A Florida teen called 911 to report an atrocious and mentally scarring "crime." She heard her mom having sex.

Did you just cringe? Or have mental flashbacks to similarly traumatizing events in your childhood?

The 15-year-old told officers that she "felt disrespected" by her 35-year-old mother. She also wanted police to take her to a Christian children's shelter.

The teen eventually decided not to go because it was "almost time for school," according to The Smoking Gun. Police responded to her call at around 4 a.m.

She also told officers there was no abuse or neglect in the household.

In short, her call to 911 was simply inspired by her mother's nighttime activities.

"Intimate" activities between two consenting adults are typically not illegal. But there are some general social rules that should be abided by all who choose to engage in adult "socialization."

Such as this one: please do not "do it" so loudly that your teenage daughter can hear you. It's embarrassing. And it's probably traumatizing for all parties involved. It's especially shaming when your daughter calls the cops.

The Florida mom claims she didn't intend for her daughter to overhear. Her daughter's bedroom is right next to hers. Her mother had invited her boyfriend over. She had no intention of waking her daughter up. Maybe the real culprit here is the thin walls of their house.

The mother and daughter ended up fighting. Eventually the teen called 911. News stories don't indicate what happened to the mother's boyfriend. But most likely he probably tried to make a hasty getaway after the daughter heard her mom having sex. He probably wanted to avoid the entirely awkward situation.

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